white sage

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Synonyms for white sage

perennial cottony-white herb of southwestern United States

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Owner Sandy Leonard described the shop as both 'a spiritual sanctuary' - where Reiki and spiritual healing along with Shiatsu and Indian head massage is available - and 'a wonderland grotto' full of angels and fairies, books and crystals and the previously dif ficult to find Californian white sage for healers.
This study compared the antibacterial properties of white sage (Salvia apiana), calendula (Calendula officinalis), lemon catnip (Nepeta cataria ssp.
Numerous plant materials have been used as incense because or their fragrances, but two native plants stand out: sweetgrass (Hierochloe odorata) and white sage (Salvia apiana).
Still, if Female Sage Tea isn't available, you may want to combine white sage leaves and chaste berry (Vitex agnus-castus), the two predominant herbs in this blend.
Wreaths are available in lavender, rosebud, rosemary and white sage for $20 each.
On a Friday evening in mid-February, large plumes of smoke from burning cedar, white sage and sweet grass floated through the center's main hail.
African-American third graders in the program, for example, narrowed the gap between their achievement and that of white SAGE students, while in the non-SAGE schools the gap widened.
He marched in, lit a little bundle of white sage and proceeded to smudge the whole area of the studio.
She will burn special incense sticks from Tibet and white sage prepared by Red Indians in North America.
Garden-friendly choices include California lilac (Ceanothus), coffeeberry (Rhamnus californica), monkey flower (Mimulus), toyon (Heteromeles arbutifolia), and white sage (Salvia apiana).
Garcia was educated by her grandparents, all Chumash healers, and will show safe medicinal uses of a dozen California plants, including white sage, black sage, mugwort, yerba santa, chia, California sagebrush and California bay.